vrijdag 8 juni 2018

juni 08, 2018

Australian man Jaydon Sienkiewicz stabbed 

in Pattaya's Mixx nightclub

Young Aussie is in a serious condition after he

was attacked in a bathroom while out partying

with his family at Mixx nightclub.

AN Australian man is in a serious condition after he was attacked in a bathroom while out partying with his family at a nightclub on Thailand’s eastern Gulf overnight.

Jaydon  and his family and friends were partying in the Mixx Discotheque nightclub


"Pattaya police are seeking an arrest warrant for an Israeli tourist for allegedly stabbing an Australian man in a Pattaya nightclub early on Thursday.

But the police admitted that they have learned from the Immigration Bureau that the suspect fled the kingdom.

Security video showed Sienkiewicz was sitting at a table in the Mix Discotheque when the Israeli tourist walked in with his girlfriend.

It showed the Australian grabbing the bottom of the Israeli's girlfriend, leading to a dispute and the Israeli pulled a knife and stabbed the Australian. The woman tried but failed to prevent her boyfriend from stabbing the Australian."

The man is helped by friends and emergency works.

Police were called to Mixx Discotheque in South Pattaya, a popular resort city southeast of Bangkok, early on Thursday local time, after reports of a stabbing.

The victim, named by local media as 21-year-old Jaydon Sienkiewicz, was taken to hospital after being stabbed in the right side of his chest and is understood to be in a serious condition.

Jaydon, understood to be from the western suburbs of Sydney, was on holidays with family and friends.

Mr Sienkiewicz had been partying with a group of 10 people, including his Australian father and stepmother, and was stabbed while he was in the toilet.

His stepmother, Khumkhun Songnangrong, 33, reportedly told investigators they were having a “fun time” in the club and said she was not sure why anyone would stab her stepson.


She said she was horrified when he went to the bathroom and returned covered in blood.

In a statement to AAP, the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade said it “stands ready to offer consular assistance to an Australian man hospitalised in Thailand”.

The club was closed immediately after the incident.

Police are examining CCTV footage from the venue to determine what happened, and it is believed they have interviewed the victim.

Source; News & Nation


Even more twists and turns in the case of an Australian man stabbed in Mixx disco by a still un-named Israel tourist. 

He said: I did not touch the ass 


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